Lolita C. Baldor and Matthew Lee, Associated Press | Posted Sep 3rd - 10:52am
Hundreds of military and diplomatic family members near Incirlik air base in southern Turkey are being told they can leave the country, U.S. officials said Thursday, citing increased worries about security threats in the region.
Kevin Burbach, Associated Press | Posted Sep 3rd - 10:52am
A 24-year-old South Dakota woman who suffered a fatal methamphetamine overdose while in custody was asked repeatedly by jail staff whether she had taken any illegal drugs and was moved to a holding cell for special monitoring after her cellmate requested medical attention for her, state authorities said Thursday.
A University of North Dakota fraternity chapter has been placed on limited operations pending a police investigation into whether a gay man was assaulted and subjected to taunts about his sexual orientation.
A coalition of organizations, businesses leaders and educators is launching an initiative to provide better-trained volunteer literacy tutors for students in hopes of closing the achievement gap in Minnesota.
A Davidson County judge says she plans to rule this week on whether to grant class-action certification on a lawsuit filed by several school boards alleging Tennessee's education funding shortchanges them and students.
A cattle ranch sold by foundations at the University of Wyoming and Colorado State University despite the objection of its late former owner will continue operating without big changes, according to the new owner.
Matthew Daly, Associated Press | Posted Sep 3rd - 10:31am
Aides to presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton urged a former State Department employee who helped set up her private email server to testify before a House investigative panel, but the staffer has said he will assert his constitutional right not to testify.